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  1. #76
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    Brown trout caught 5/8 on Lake Michigan shoreline, Milwaukee.

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    Found this fish on Sunday.
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    Damn! That's not a small brown

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    Week on the upper Delaware got off to a good start this evening, netted a healthy 18" brown.

    Caddis were coming off in clouds with Hendricksons mixed in. Winds are going to be the suck tomorrow though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skuff View Post
    Brown trout caught 5/8 on Lake Michigan shoreline, Milwaukee.

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    I'll be slinging a line around the Summerfest grounds next month. Probably a day looking for smallies in Sturgeon Bay too. Happy to share my beer cooler if you have any advice. I'm a little rusty. Only out once or twice a year there.

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    Fishing in North VT has picked up significantly this past week. Some crappy phone shots, Gotta start bringing the camera out now.










  7. #82
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    Goddamn epic overnighter somewhere in utarrrr

    Beauty in nothingness



    The Maiden Sleeps



    Sunset-Moonrise-Sunrise from camp












    The fishing was meh...












    This one broke my drag



    This is the biggest trout yet for me hen rainbow full of eggs 24 inch but 14 1/2 around. We were thinking 8 or 9 lbs. PIGGY!


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    Largest Striper to date, and on a fly to boot! Right at 12lbs.

  9. #84
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    Animas dropped and cleared for a few days this week.

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    And my dad lodged a streamer in his skull.

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    Quote Originally Posted by schwerty View Post
    I'll be slinging a line around the Summerfest grounds next month. Probably a day looking for smallies in Sturgeon Bay too. Happy to share my beer cooler if you have any advice. I'm a little rusty. Only out once or twice a year there.
    Fishing from shore on Lake Michigan is picking up right now, caught that brown (and 6 other fish that afternoon) behind the amphitheatre. That location never seems to be too crowded and you can park your car 30 feet from where you're fishing. Makes for an easy "car bar".

    Give me a shout when you're in the area, I'll be around next month.

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    Surprised to see the river still running clear this am after warm temps, so we got out for a morning float.

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    Moved a few more, and my partner broke another big dog off at the net. He was pissed.
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  12. #87
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheFugitive View Post

    This one broke my drag


    ^^^Fisherman Gaper Gap???
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    Bunny Don't Surf

    Have you seen a one armed man around here?

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    She's a beaut Clark!

    Cant wait for this weekend!!!

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    Bunny Don't Surf

    Have you seen a one armed man around here?

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    Meanwhile, in Montana...

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    The biggest we measured was 27" and 6.88lb. It was a good spring.

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    been doin a bit of tu voli work amungst sum fish pursuin
    a few from the trout in the class room
    these little guys started as fertilized eggs back in dec at the solider hollow school



    long day ungooberin nymph rigs and dealin w/ youngens tryin to call me sir
    reminded me why i don't guide or bear crotch fruit
    this kid kept buggin me to switch flies

    not sure if my presentation trumps pattern speil will be remembered but i'm pretty sure your first nice troot will
    bridal veil falls

    headed up to meet gretch and his greenie crew
    maiden voyages

    put a few

    swimmin gods

    and wine bag slappin shenanigans

    consumed

    =
    had to dp alone
    the flotilla assembled and hit the water

    got a few


    fungus among sum

    eakin out an existance

    every rapid tells a story



    mrs. b made it loaded up and we headed back round

    still can't believe 18 years ago i raised that brides veil seeled the deal with a kiss and quit catch n releasin and kept the keepers
    well that and she fell in love w/ drink slingin nail poundin chemically dependent bum at all
    rowed me into a few hogs
    all made er back to camp and pursuit of buzzes
    once again the lizard kings words of
    "No one now will forgive us for wasting the dawn" awokin me to a calling

    goldielocks scored

    randoms





    late for a nutter trout in the class room day will add more
    "When the child was a child it waited patiently for the first snow and it still does"- Van "The Man" Morrison
    "I find I have already had my reward, in the doing of the thing" - Buzz Holmstrom
    "THIS IS WHAT WE DO"-AML -
    ski on in eternal peace

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    ^Pure poetry.

    Looks like so much fun, thanks for posting.

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    wife took off as the mo inlaw and aunts are stayin w/ us for a few weeks
    headed back to dj saw a few and heard reports of increasing #ers upstream

    kess and i used another pass for another night and

    rained pretty good so we holed up in the tent he slept which is what that old dog does more n more of

    until then magic "fish on" words fire him up
    managed to finish the " Emerald Mile" ifin your lookin for a quality river rat read get it.
    i snoozed off and thankfully friends stopped by and blew the whistle on rest
    future river rat and knowin her fathers skills one heck of a fisherperson in training

    the rains subsided and one of those special evenings started

    set sail w/ the captain and started grillin things that had faces

    Fore peggin a few


    cheers

    did i mention the part about the lingering site of 100lb tarpon and the slight salt diet ruining my summer troot fishin
    fuckers

    next morn bucked camp and made sure dork dog was in the boat
    and headed out drive by shootin streamer style
    finally put some color in the net



    fished pretty well till red creek
    Rowed the crux clean but deciding to feed the tug drug addiction one more time lower in the rapid, before a chocolate milk push led to mini highside oar popping both hands and face underwater grabbing sweet babies jeeebus counter balanced fiberglass grab and some snickers fom the guys ahead of me.

    a few more







    bead fishing?



    murica and those who keep it free

    fuck yeahs
    "When the child was a child it waited patiently for the first snow and it still does"- Van "The Man" Morrison
    "I find I have already had my reward, in the doing of the thing" - Buzz Holmstrom
    "THIS IS WHAT WE DO"-AML -
    ski on in eternal peace

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    ^ yer stoke is of the utmost qualitee
    go Go GO!

    19-20: 50. 18-19: 86! 17-18: 80. 16-17: 56. 15-16: 40. 14-15: 33. 13-14: 56ish. 12-13: 51. 11-12: 65. 10-11: 69. 09-10: 65.

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    thanks just a fishy skibum w/ a point n chute and his 4 legged fish sniffin companion givin and takin a bit nutin real special
    went back to work tues as a reminder of the bad day fishin still beats that alternative
    weds had us in the echo hood

    4 our 3rd annual PHW summer picnic outing w/ the vets

    the fine folks from the Heiner ranch once again gave us access to a sweet spread




    i'd gotton there early hopin to finally get one off the sup
    but my fishin compainion for the day had made it from ft bridger early and stoked
    launched the tupparewhare moship and started


    Jed was a cav scout so being an fellow 11M and havin spent a bit of time at the controls of a bradley we shared some amusing antidotes
    he havin served a decade and two deployments from aganistan to Iraq did a hell of a lot more soliderin and freedom insuring than my couple years drivin round peacetime duetchland guarding a wall of idealism.
    super stoked to be able to share the we bit of skill in the pursuit of fishes using fly flingin gear w/ those who gave their skills requardless of the mission
    and results
    Jed the fishsniffin therapy god and I

    there were lessons of patience


    and excitement at the fruitation of doing things right leading to rodbending connections


    tactical fishing vehicles deployed

    and the logistics of grub for the troops adressed

    and more fish exercised

    I tell you what when you spend an awesome day givin a bit w/ a bunch of great guys and at the end
    he offers you one of his grandfathers flies out of a classic oldschool leather fly wallet

    you take smile and remember the givin gives meaning to the takin
    "When the child was a child it waited patiently for the first snow and it still does"- Van "The Man" Morrison
    "I find I have already had my reward, in the doing of the thing" - Buzz Holmstrom
    "THIS IS WHAT WE DO"-AML -
    ski on in eternal peace

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    thurs was interesting and had us once again involved w/
    http://www.troutintheclassroom.org/home
    close to home in an urban fisheries here in the prozac capitial

    be free young fishies

    the sandy fisheries was tough
    kids were younger

    catchin harder
    and plenty of time in the penalty box

    after watching/ scolding a young lad for dragging the flyreel along the concrete sidewalk
    old uncle dibs needed a attitide adjustin time out
    as fate would have it the unworthy kid had his chance, but failed to pay attention and the slack kills lesson was relearnt
    the dnr boys showin up w/ a truckload of arkansas catfish saved the day or at least provided sum entertainment


    a friend whose been experimenting w/ new addictions showed up for sum castin lessons

    which led to

    catfish catchin lessons
    "When the child was a child it waited patiently for the first snow and it still does"- Van "The Man" Morrison
    "I find I have already had my reward, in the doing of the thing" - Buzz Holmstrom
    "THIS IS WHAT WE DO"-AML -
    ski on in eternal peace

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    Goddam I love bass buggin^

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    Great pics in this thread, and good on ya, SFB, for your work with TU and PHW.

    My Bull trout on a dry yesterday:
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    Love all of the fishing stoke in here. I'm not much of a photog, but I did a 6 dayer to the eastside last week so I'd thought I'd contribute. It was my fist time down to the Owens.

    Private section of Hot Creek.


    We tried to fish the public section, but it was so windy that your line would get lifted right out of the water.


    Hot section of Hot


    Upper Owens. The lahontan cutthroat were coming up from Lake Crowley and were thick in here.


    Little cutty


    Fallen soldier


    Meandering UO. Shit there's a lot of water to fish here.


    And the Lower O is no different. Just so much to fish, so little time


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